What are the differences? What can I observe? Which accessories do I need? Everything fully explained.
How many people these days are familiar with the night sky? How many of us know where to find the centre of our galaxy? With a telescope, you belong to that small group of people who can find the answers to such questions. You will discover Saturn with its rings and hundreds of deep sky objects. Go on your own journey across the universe. Here you will find all the information you need to do this.
Condensed telescope information: an overview of the advantages and disadvantages of the four important build-types.
Galaxies, nebulae, star clusters and our own solar system: how you too can experience the "wow effect”.
Astronomy with the naked eye. How does this work and what should I pay attention to while observing?
Relaxed observing with both eyes - with these tips you too can find binoculars for observing the sky.
A story about telescope frustration? What Kurt did wrong when he bought his telescope, and how you can do better in the future.
Aperture, resolution and magnification: the vital knowledge you need to successfully choose a telescope.
The most important telescope design types, how they differ from one another, and where their strengths lie: refractor, reflector, Schmidt-Cassegrain and Maksutov.
The basics: how is a telescope constructed? What is important? A detailed look at the most important telescope components.
The simple eyepieces that come with telescope sets are a ticking time bomb for astro-frustration. To ensure that this does not happen to you...